Sunday, December 10, 12:00 PM
Families with children 12 and under who have a diagnosis or disability are invited to visit the Kids World Department for a special hour exclusively for you! Kids will be able to do crafts, explore Kids World. and meet other families in this special before-hours program!...
If you use the SWAN Libraries App on your phone or tablet to borrow materials from Eisenhower, we’re sorry to let you know that the company that provides the app has unexpectedly disabled it. This means that your account status in the app will no longer be updated and you will not be able to use it to place holds or renew any titles. Thankfully, no other library services, databases, or digital platforms are affected.
We are working with SWAN to get a new app up and running in the new year. In the meantime, you can use the library catalog on your mobile device to access your account, place holds, and renew your checkouts. On their website, SWAN has some tips on how to add a bookmark to the catalog on your iPhone or Android device.
If you need help with the catalog, accessing your account, or anything else, please give us a call at 708-867-7828 or drop in for assistance.
We are sorry for this inconvenience.
We’re excited to introduce a new online learning resource to residents of Norridge and Harwood Heights: Creativebug! Creativebug is the ultimate online destination for crafters & creators. It offers thousands of video arts and crafts workshops and techniques. Learn how to paint, knit, crochet, sew, screen print, and a lot more. Log into Creativebug with your Eisenhower Library card to get started creating today. Need help? Call 708-867-7828, ask at a library service desk, or drop into the Workshop during Open Studio hours!
We need your help supplying the Salvation Army with tooth brushs, tooth paste, soap, deodorant and other neccessities. Donate toiletries at the Eisenhower Library between September 11th and October 9th and we’ll make sure the Salvation Army can continue to support families in need.
History comes alive when we hear directly from those that experienced it. So we're offering an opportunity for you, the community, to shape future historical understanding of Norridge and Harwood Heights by writing short essays about your connections to the area....